3 Works in Orphan Richie Tozier
Scientists say that you don't dream about someone you've never seen before because the human mind can't make up a the face of a person that doesn't exist. So why does Richie Tozier see the same boy in his dreams when they've never met? Why has he memorized every detail of the boys' face, from the freckles that litter his skin to the way his brown doe eyes look like pools of amber when the sun shines on them? Why does he feel like he's never alone? Why does he get sudden emotions for no reason? Why is he hurt unexpectantly and why does he sometimes see another place than the one he's at?
A/N: This is like a soulmate AU, I got the inspiration from the movie In Your Eyes which is just a beautiful movie in itself. Other than the fact that I used seeing/hearing/touching what your soulmate sees/hears/touches this story is 100% my own.
Fandoms: IT (2017), IT - Stephen King, Stranger Things (TV 2016)
29 Sep 2019
“Richie hated Hawkins, Indiana the moment he set eyes on it. There was something off about it, something that wasn't quite right, an undercurrent of darkness he wished he could've stayed blind to.”
Richie Tozier has two dead parents, which means he can finally get the hell out of Derry. Just shy of seventeen, he’s sent to Hawkins Indiana, the shithole town his aunt and uncle have lived in for the past twenty-five years. Something is wrong with the town itself, and his strange cousin Mike knows exactly what that something is. Richie is cold now, like his little friend Will, his memories aren’t fading, and Mike’s girlfriend has unexplainable psychic powers.
With scars that won’t heal (literally), it feels like IT is sucking the life out of every member of The Losers Club, one cut at a time. IT is coming back, and IT followed Richie to Hawkins to do it.
“Do you have any idea where you’re going, Byers?”
“Not at all!” the boy smiled, without a damn care in the world. But the two look alikes know he’s hiding something. What, with his look of longing in his hazel eyes.
“But that’s the fun part, isn’t it?”
or when three runaways decide to go on a roadtrip together.